Remembering the day that changed everything

On the somber anniversary of September 11, you can see what the New York Times webpage looked like just before the towers fell. Jim Roberts at Reuters tweeted: “Before everything changed, this was the @nytimes homepage we woke up to on morning of 9/11.” Jacquie McNish with the Globe and Mail called it the “Age of Innocence.”

Time Magazine also shares a September 11th photo from The Moment The Twin Towers Fell with the hope of figuring out who’s in it. Freelancer John McQuaid tweeted: “A @TIME photo editor wants help identifying the people in this photo of stunned 9/11 witnesses.” Andrew Katz with Time Magazine reported, “Two people now identified in @patrickwitty's iconic 9/11 photo of the moment the Towers fell.” Let them know if you recognize anyone else in the picture.

For a more current look at the WTC site, David Dusek at Golfweek tweeted this photo with the caption: “Unbelievable view from seat 12F tonight flying over lower Manhattan. #NeverForget #NYC.” Kelly Schuberth from 7 News Denver wrote, “This was the scene last night from above Manhattan.”

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